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Keyhole effect

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Keyhole effect

The keyhole effect is created in a piece of writing or film, where it is much easier, by dropping in references to a wider surround world. The term "keyhole effect" comes from the idea of looking through the keyhole of a mansion and seeing glimpses of the features and wonders that are contained within thus creating keyhole curiosity.(Source: Fritz Freiheit) (e)

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Little snippets of description are an excellent way to evoke the key-hole effect in the reader. Creating curiosity on the part of the reader/viewer and embracing them as a partner in the storytelling process by giving them a starting point in conjuring their unique perspective of the story.

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